Movie reviews: ‘A Coffee in Berlin,’ ‘Violette’ – New York Daily News

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Handout Friederike Kempter in ‘A Coffee in Berlin’ “A Coffee in Berlin” — 3 stars A German dropout embraces slackerdom (1:23). Not rated: Sexuality, mature themes. Subtitles. Sunshine. Casual viewers may be surprised to learn that Jan Ole Gerster’s black-and-white slacker dramedy swept the German Academy Awards last year. Deceptively understated and determinedly laid-back, the movie seems suited to the stateside indie environs of South…

New release movie reviews – June 12 – 3AW (blog)

Thursday, September 17, 2015

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Movie review: ‘Ida’ a meditation on identity and despair – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Thursday, September 17, 2015

June 12, 2014 12:00 AM Share with others: In “Ida,” Anna (Agata Trzebuchowska) leads a quiet, devotional and nearly cloistered life at a convent in Poland in the 1960s. The 18-year-old novitiate has yet to take her final vows, but she dresses and comports herself as a nun. Her placid, prayerful, sheltered world is turned upside down when the Mother Superior summons her and orders…

Movie review: In ‘Worlds and Pictures,’ actors freshen up stale story –

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Roadside Attractions Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche star in “Words and Pictures.” The roles of Jack Marcus and Dina Delsanto don’t require the heavy lifting of Academy-Award-nominated actors. The stock characters at the center of the romantic dramedy “Words and Pictures” are an alcoholic writer and a painter with an artist’s standoffish temperament, respectively. Clive Owen and Juliette…

Coherence – Entertainment Weekly

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Why has the science-fiction genre developed such an ardent dislike for old friends getting together? Over the past year we’ve seen a brunch get disrupted by a chemical weapon in It’s a Disaster, a quintet of pub-crawling British mates face off against killer robots in The World’s End, and a party attended by everyone who’s ever met Judd Apatow come to an apocalyptic conclusion in This Is the End. Now…

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